Wellness Checkpoint hosted a seminar in Mexico City on December 4, 2019 focused on what employers need to do to comply with Mexico’s new “Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM-035-STPS-2018” (NOM-035) legislation.
Late in 2018, the Mexican Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare introduced new legal requirements for employers in Mexico called “Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM-035-STPS-2018”. NOM-035 took effect on October 23, 2019, so you need to take action now!
Identification & Analysis to help you comply with Mexico’s new law for employers. The Wellness Checkpoint® NOM-035: Psychosocial Risk at Work Service has you covered. It includes:
online administration of the NOM-035 recommended surveys to identify workers experiencing Severe Traumatic Events or Psychosocial Risksall required notifications to the […]
Interesting insights and client experience were the high points of discussion at this year’s London Executive Forum at Canada House, Trafalgar Square. See more below.
Dr. David Brown of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), one of our very long-term clients, spoke about his organization’s changing view of health as a business risk and the importance of measuring and managing organization stress. Also sharing his experience using Wellness Checkpoint data as part of their overall employee well-being strategy and […]